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Contact: Christine Payton OCT. 4, 2011
(337) 482-6397, payton@louisiana.edu
 

From left: Kylie Templet, Rachel Bonnette, Queen Megan Roberts, Danielle Cottonham and Erin Edmiston.
 
MEGAN ROBERTS TO REIGN AS 2011 HOMECOMING QUEEN
 
Megan Renee Roberts of Breaux Bridge will reign over 2011 Homecoming activities at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She is the daughter of Belinda and Paul Roberts of Breaux Bridge.

Roberts is a junior speech and pathology major with a minor in education. She was nominated for the Homecoming court by the Our Lady of Wisdom Catholic Student Center. She serves as president of Alpha Lambda Delta and is the SGA Senator for the College of Liberal Arts. With Our Lady of Wisdom Catholic Church, she is the evangelization and outreach representative and the spiritual formation representative.

She is on the President’s and Dean’s Lists and has a 4.0 GPA. Roberts has participated in Walk for Life 2011, Walk for Hope 2011 with the Autism Society and is also a tutor. She is currently preparing for a mission trip to Puerto Rico in December.

Maids of the 2011 court are Rachel Bonnette, Danielle Cottonham, Erin Edmiston and Kylie Templet.

Rachel Bonnette is a senior, majoring in marketing with a minor in public relations and international business. She is the daughter of Lorraine Kudirka of Colorado and Robert and Sandra Bonnette of Pineville, La. Bonnette was nominated by Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.

She is a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority and the Student Orientation Staff where she has served on the leadership team and the performance committee. She is also a member of the Student Government Association where she has served as a senator for the College of Business and been a member of the public relations committee.

Bonnette is a member of the University Program Council and has served on several committees for three years. She also participated in UL Lafayette’s Relay for Life and is currently serving as the 2012 executive director.

Danielle Cottonham is a senior majoring in psychology. She is the daughter of Danny and Patricia Cottonham of Lafayette. She was nominated for the court by Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.

Cottonham is involved with several honor societies including: Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Alpha Lambda, Blue Key, Psi Chi, Phi Beta Delta, and Phi Kappa Phi – Order of Omega. She is also a Soul Camp member and Epsilon Beta Chapter president for Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. She was named Outstanding New Greek Woman of the Year in 2010. Cottonham has also been involved with NAACP, UPC and the Student Orientation Staff.

Erin Edmiston is a senior majoring in general studies. She is the daughter of David and Gema Edmiston of Lafayette. She was nominated for the court by Phi Kappa Theta.

Edmiston is Miss University of Louisiana at Lafayette 2010. She is a member of the Student Alumni Association, Collegiate Ragin’ Cajun Association, University Program Council, Public Relations Society of America and the Criminal Justice Society. Edmiston also volunteers with the Miles Perret Cancer Services Center.

She currently is the reigning Miss Camellia City USA in Slidell. She will be competing in the Miss Louisiana USA later this month.

Kylie Templet is a senior majoring in biology and chemistry. She is the daughter of Sharla and Gordon Aloisio of New Iberia and Kirt and Becky Templet of Morgan City. She was nominated to the court by the Student Government Association.

She is president of the Student Government Association. Templet is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society, the Honors Program, the Pre-Professional Society and the Biology Society. She has volunteered with Up Til Dawn in several capacities including director.

Nominees for the homecoming court are submitted by various student organizations on campus. The senior football players choose the court after nominees have been interviewed by student leaders.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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